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Ruqyah from the Sunnah

Various forms of supplications for prevention or healing, some of which may be classified as Ruqyah, have been presented in this site. In what follows, we include some more, or refer to earlier ones, as the discussion warrants.

Ruqyah with Allah's Name

Abu Sa'id al-Khudri (Allah bless him) reported that Jibril came to the Prophet (peace and blessing be upon him) and said: "O Muhammad, are you sick?" He replied, 'Yes.' He said: "Bismillahi arqik, min kulli shayin yuthik, min sharri kulli nafsin aw ayni hasid - With Allah's Name I shelter you (give you Ruqyah), from all that ails you, from the evil of every soul, or that of the envious eyes. May Allah, cure you; with Allah's Name, I shelter you." Muslim.

Ruqyah with Allah's Book

'Aishah (Allah bless him) reported that Allah's Messenger (peace and blessing be upon him) came into her house and saw with her a woman who was treating her with Ruqyah. He told her: 'Treat her (only) with Allah's Book. ‘Recorded by Ibn Hibban; verified to be authentic by al-Albani in as-Sahihah no. 1931. In what follows, we present Ruqyah with specific Surahs or ayat as is recorded in the Sunnah.

1. Ruqyah with al-Fatiha

Abu Sa'id al-Khudri and Ibn Abbas (Allah bless him) reported that a number of the Prophet's (peace and blessing be upon him) companions were on a journey. They stopped one night by the dwellings of a (non-Muslim) Bedouin tribe, who refused to host them and give them food. The chief of that tribe was then stung (by a snake or scorpion). His people tried everything possible to treat him but to no avail. One of them suggested to seek help from the travellers. When they came to them, one of them said, "By Allah, I can perform Ruqyah; but you have refused to host us. So, I would not perform the Ruqyah until you pledge to give us an offering." They agreed to give them a flock of thirty sheep and the companion started blowing (with light spit) on the stung man's sting and reading al-Fatiha. He was immediately cured, like one who was tied and then set free. He stood and walked as if nothing happened to him and they gave them their pledged offering. Some of the companions said, "Let us divide this flock among us." Others said, "No, you may not take any pay for reading Allah's Book! Let us not divide the goats until we reach the Prophet (peace and blessing be upon him), tell him what happened and see what he commands us. “When they reached al-Madinah, they came to the Prophet (peace and blessing be upon him) and told him what happened. He said (approvingly):'How did you know that it (al-Fatiha) is a Ruqyah? You have done well! And indeed, the best thing to be paid for is Allah's Book*. So, divide it among you; and allot a share for me.' [Al Bukhari, Muslim.]

It's amazing to see the new breed of internet Raaqis using the above hadith to charge for Ruqyah. Note how they twist the hadith in their favour, yet you go to them for allegedly being sincere in religion. How is it possible to conclude from the above hadith, that you can charge a Muslim for Ruqyah when it is specifically referring to charging a non-Muslim. This is either a lack of sincerity or a lack of knowledge and in many cases, both. So, a simple test would be to call your Raaqi up and ask them for the evidence for charging a "Muslim". If they quote the above hadith - you need not talk any further with them. Such Raaqis should be avoided, they simply take advantage of the vulnerable.

2. Ruqyah with al-Muawwidhat

As explained earlier, al-Muawwidhat are the last three Surahs of the Quran. The last two of them carry a clear meaning of Ruqyah, and are presented below. Surat ul-Ikhlas (112) does not carry such meaning in an explicit manner, but contains concise and strong words of praise for Allah (peace and blessing be upon him), making it an important introduction to the succeeding two Surahs: (Say, "I seek refuge with the Lord of daybreak, from the evil of what he created, and from the evil of darkness when it settles, and from the evil of the blowers in knots, and from the evil of an envier when he envies.") 113 (Say, "I seek refuge with the Lord of the people, the King of the people, the God of the people, from the evil of a retreating whisperer, who whispers (evil) in the breasts of the people, (whether he is) from among jinns or the people.") 114 'Aishah (Allah bless him) reported: "When Allah's Messenger (peace and blessing be upon him) went to bed, he would bring the palms of both hands together, and blow into them while reading "Qul huwa Allahu ahad" 112, "Qul a'udhu bi rabb il-falaq" 113, "Qul a'udhu bi rabbi n-Nas" 114. He would then rub with them whatever he could reach of his body, starting with his head, face, and the front part of his body. He would do these three times. When he got very ill, he asked me to do that for him." Al Bukhari and Muslim. 'Aishah (Allah bless him) also reported: "In the final sickness in which he passed away, the Prophet (peace and blessing be upon him) used to blow over himself with al-Mu'awwidhat. When he became very ill, I blew with them for him, rubbing over him with his own hand because of the blessing in it. "Al Bukhari and Muslim We can use these Surahs for scorpion stings like it has been reported in a hadith.

3. Ruqyah with Ayat ul-Kursi

Ubayy Bin Ka'b narrated that he had a harvest of dates. He noticed that it shrunk every day, and decided to watch it at night. He did and noticed a beast that looked like a boy who attained puberty. He gave him salam, and it responded to him with salam. He asked it, "Are you human or jinn" It replied, "Jinn." He told it, "Show me your hand." It showed him its hand, and he saw that it looked like a dog's, with fur like that of a dog covering it. He exclaimed, "Is this how jinn are like!?" It then told him, "All jinns know that there is no one among them stronger than me." He asked it, "What brought you here?" It replied, "We have been informed that you like to give charity, so we came to get some of your food." He asked it, "What would protect us from you?" It replied, "This ayah from Surat ul-Baqarah: (Allahu la ilaha illa huwa Al-Hayy ul-Qayyum,) (2/255) - whoever says it in the evening will be protected from us until the morning, and whoever says it in the morning will be protected from us until the evening." In the morning, Ubayy came to Allah's Messenger (peace and blessing be upon him) and told him of that incident. He told him, 'The evil one has said the truth!' Recorded by An-Nasai.

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